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... I was just wondering. Can anxiety make you feel like you are sick? ... (10 replies)
... All week the anxiety has been getting worse and worse and I have just not been feeling any better. I am wondering if I can actually be doing this to myself? ... (1 replies)
... Yes anxiety can cause one to feel really sick.I have felt physicaly sick from anxiety many many times.This is one of the bigesst reasons those of us with anxiety worry our rears off because we actualy feel sick making it hard to believe anxiety is the cause. ... (1 replies)

... What I can't get my head round is how suffering from anxiety can make you feel so ill? ... (9 replies)
... my anxiety issue started in february. I had lost my job and started to make a change and enrolled in school. I was making very good money and was very happy with my 2 kids and wife. ... (10 replies)
... I have had since about age 5. This feeling that I got was my worst nightmare because I constantly felt like I could gag or vomit at any moment. At that point my anxiety kicked into high gear. I had those feeling on an off for about 8 months. ... (2 replies)
... Not sure how to begin this but basically I want to tell you guys of my personal journey and struggles with OCD, anxiety disorder, and depression and how I got myself out of this nightmarish experience. ... (10 replies)
... Remember, although it may not seem like it, in whatever stage of panic you are in, there is always a light at the end of that scary tunnel. ... (0 replies)
... Major life changes can bring on a lot of stress and anxiety. This can make it especially hard for someone with an anxiety disorder. I have Panic Disorder and Generalized anxiety disorder, and right now am experiencing uncontrollable worrying. ... (7 replies)
... changes and an injury.... ... (7 replies)
... s breathing problem i also experienced excessive sleeping. I have seen my doctor on and off since this has started. My doctors have said that i have stress and anxiety and panic attacks. I guess my breathing can't catch my breath is the panic attacks. ... (0 replies)
... That was a great story! I know it's been a struggle for you but wow! How interesting! You know, you could honestly write a book about your successes and failures along the way while dealing with such a condition as anxiety. ... (6 replies)
... As someone who has experienced extreme anxiety, I can empathise with what you are describing. I can only say that setbacks, although horrible, and every bit as forceful and frightening, are usually temporary. Try not to worry. Instead, let the feelings pass. ... (7 replies)
... your stomach is going out and your not breathing through your chest, Then exhale through your mouth slowly. At night its hard to pay attention to your breathing an dthat is why I cant sleep. I am actually going to my doc for a valume. I will say when you have this feeling come on....Dont panic!!! ... (4 replies)
... yeah i think its cause i read that stuff on the i need to STOP doing...i took the xanax...i was fine and now i can move on and take it again if i need it... ... (22 replies)
... I know how you feel completely. I am a very healthy guy, 25, I workout... all that good stuff. ... (5 replies)
... Hello all, been on the boards for a few months and have posted only a couple of times. Nice to meet you fellow sufferers. ... (11 replies)
... With anxiety can sometimes come self doubt, and the doubt to trust others and in yourself that you are okay. ... (8 replies)
Dec 8, 2008
... You sound like you are having some type of anxiety. It also sounds like what would lead up to a panic attack. ... (5 replies)
... Having said that, you can't just conclude from one xray that what you're experiencing is anxiety related. You need to rule out any and all possible physical causes for your symptoms. ... (3 replies)

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